|Birthday:||24. March 1962|
|Lives in:||Crosby, England|
|Born in:||Lancaster, England|
|Darts:||22 g Datadart|
|Walk-On-Music:||Cold as Ice (Foreigner)|
Alan Warriner-Little started to play darts when he was 23 years old and he played in the BDO till 1993. At the beginning he played league and county and then slowly climbed up the ranking. 1993 he entered the BDO World Championship as number 1 of the world. He lost in the final to John Lowe.
After this World Championship final he was one of the players who split off the BDO and founded the PDC. Warriner-Little was till November 1994 the first number 1 of the PDC and he returned into this ranking position from February 1997 to August 1998 and from October 2001 to May 2002.
He often reached the last rounds of the Major tournaments but could win only one - the World Grand Prix 2001.
Warriner-Little turned full time professional in 2006.
Over the last few years he has withdrawn more and more from the active sport. He is member of the PDPA board as the CEO. And he now works as commentator for the from ITV televised PDC tournaments.
Picture with courtesy of Lawrence Lustig